India : The Country Of All Seasons
Monsoonal precipitation comes in the list of top characteristics of the Indian Climate.
India: The Country Of All Seasons :
With the arrival of Monsoon in Delhi the season gets changed. In simple words, Monsoonal precipitation comes in the list of top characteristics of the Indian Climate. We are talking about the broad range of Indian Climates. As we know that India is a country of Villages and half the population is involved in agricultural activities.
If we talk about its seasons then the Indian Meteorological Department divides it into various portions like Winter season, Pre-Monsoon season, Monsoon season, Post monsoon season, and so on. We are seeing the importance of Monson & rainfall.
According to the motto of IMD “Adityat Jayate Vrishti ” which refers to Sun Causes the rain. It is showing the tropical nature of the weather cycle. If we take about the Vedas Like “Rigveda “it describes that Indian has much more seasons than Summer, Winter, Rainy, Spring. We have to analyze its deeper.
Indian Climate Structure & Its Development :
If we talk about Indian weather science then we have to deeply analyze its weather conditions. Undoubtedly, the modern science of meteorology depends on advanced instruments. Britishers set the Meteorological department in India. In simple words, they laid the foundations of weather sciences in the Indian region.
They introduced many advanced instruments like Barometers, anemometers, electrometers, thermometers, pluviometers, and others. The Colaba observatory which was established in 1823 made a significant contribution to the weather sciences in India, The first Indian ruler who funded the observatory was the Raja of Travancore which gets established in Travancore. A branch of the observatory started making the hourly weather predictions.
After that Meteorological advancement has taken place in India and various scientific research get conducted on the topics to predict cyclones, tsunami, and other natural disasters, Between 1865-1875 provincial meteorological systems get established which are covering half the territory of the Indian region. But these systems are not able to perform & predict a broad picture of the Indian climate systems.
In 1875 IMD gets established and it laid an integrated approach in 1878 the tentative monsoon details were needed by the Government of India. In 1906 IMD started to publish The Climatological Atlas of India which provides telegraphic reports about the storm warnings. In 1885 the first forecast of the Southwest monsoon was made by the Meteorological department.
With the growth in meteorological innovations and the data analysis now we see that Tsunamis, Storms, weather conditions, and other things get easily predicted by the researchers of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). The government of India also start to fund a vast amount of money to modernize the approach of people toward maintaining accurate weather predictions.
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